The Board of Us TOO International is pleased to announce that Beauregard (Beau) Stubblefield-Tave has been appointed to serve as its new Executive Director, succeeding Chuck Strand. We thank Chuck for his many years of leadership and service to Us TOO.

Beau is an experienced, visionary leader. He is also an 11-year prostate cancer survivor. Beau often says: “Prostate cancer is a personal struggle, a family affair, and a community crisis.” He will guide the organization in measurably expanding its impact on those affected by this disease. Beau has had a more positive experience as a prostate cancer patient and survivor than many others. Us TOO will rigorously evaluate and improve its efforts in support services, education, and advocacy to improve the experiences of other patients, survivors, and their families.

Beau comes to Us TOO from the Center for Culturally Fluent Leadership, LLC which he co-founded in 2012. The Center is a consulting, training, and coaching practice specializing in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) and data-driven leadership development. Beau will work with the Board to strengthen Us TOO’s DEI activities throughout the organization. Today, Black men die from prostate cancer at 1.7 times the rate of other Americans. Addressing this inequity will be one of Us TOO’s strategic imperatives under Beau’s leadership.

Beau earned his BA in Behavioral Sciences and his MBA in Health Administration and Policy at the University of Chicago. Beau then served in staff and governance roles for health care organizations including Cook County Hospital, the AMA and AHA, the Healthy Mothers and Babies Coalition of Chicago, and Mercy Health Services of Detroit. His work as a diversity trainer at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care led to his DEI consulting career. 

Beau and his wife Janice have been married more than 25 years and have two adult children. 

Best regards,

Jim Schraidt
Chairman, Us TOO Board of Directors